List of Carthusians, 1800–1879/M

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List of Carthusians, 1800–1879 by William Douglas Parish
Surnames: M
N.B. — The Mark * indicates a Gown Boy.


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Macan, Francis William, 1864. Son of John Macan, Q.C., Judge of the Court of Bankruptcy, &c., Ireland, b. 1851. Merchant in London.

Macan, Reginald Walter, 1864-68. Brother of the above. b. 1848. Student of Ch. Ch. Oxf. 1st Class Mods, and Lit. Hum.

Macartney, Henry John Ellison, 1873. Son of J. W. E. Macartney, M.P., of Clogher Park, Tyrone, b. 1859. Telegraph Engineer.

Macaulay, Charles Zachary, 1822. Son of the late Zachary Macaulay. b. 1813. Treasurer at Mauritius. Secy. to Sanitary Board of London.

Macaulay, Henry William, 1822. Brother of the above. b. 1806. Commissioner at Sierra Leone; deceased.

Macdonald, Alexander, 1828, b. 1813. Lieut.-Col. 68th Foot. Retired 1854.

MMacdonald, Harry Lindsay Somerled, 1876.

Macdonald, Norman Hilton, 1817. Son of Sir John Macdonald, Adjut.-Genl. b. 1806. Oriel Coll. and Fellow of All Souls', Oxf. Private Secretary for Ireland.

Macdougall, James, 1825. Son of Alexander Macdougall, Solicitor of London, b. 1812. B.N.C. Oxf. 3rd Class Lit. Hum. Vicar of Hanney, Oxon.

Macdougall, William Church, 1814-17. Brother of the above, b. 1800. Trin. Coll. Cam. Barrister. A Judge in Jamaica.

MacGeorge, Harry, 1873. Of Glasgow.

MacGregor,* Evan, 1853-58. Son of the late Sir John Atholl Bannatyne MacGregor, Bart. b. 1842. Clerk in the Admiralty.

MacIver, Ivan Ian, 1868-71, b. 1853. Lieut. 3rd King's Own Hussars.

Mackenzie,* Francis William, 1862. Left same year. b. 1851.

Mackenzie,* Harry Murray, 1860-67. Son of Colonel Mackenzie, b. 1850. Lieut. Bengal Staff Corps. Late 21st Hussars.

Mackenzie, John Andrew, 1814-17, b. 1804.

Mackenzie, John Kenneth, 1874.

Mackenzie,* Kenneth Augustus Muir, 1857-64. Son of Sir John W. P. Muir Mackenzie, Bart. b. 1845. Prize Scholar. Talbot Medal. Ball. Coll. Oxf.

Mackenzie, Kenneth John, 1875. Eldest son of Sir Kenneth Smith Mackenzie, Bart., of Gairloch. b. 1861.

Mackenzie, Montague Johnstone Muir, 1860-66. Brother of K. A. Muir Mackenzie (above), b. 1847. Barrister of Lincoln's Inn.

Mackenzie, Samuel John Crawford, 1841-45, b. 1826. St. John's Coll. Cam.

Mackenzie, William, 1807-11, b. 1795.

Mackenzie, William, 1816-18, b. 1805.

Mackinnon, Alan Murray, 1874. Son of Major-Genl. David Henry Mackinnon, late 16th Lancers, b. 1860. Trin. Coll. Oxf.

Mackinnon, Edmund Daniel, 1820. Son of Daniel Mackinnon, of Binfield, Berks. Left the same year. b. 1808. Late of the 2nd Life Guards (d. 1879).

Mackinnon, William Henry, 1820. Brother of the above. b. 1806. Drowned at Boulogne 1825.

Mackness, George Owen Carr, 1875. Son of Rev. G. Mackness, D.D., Rector of S. Mary's, Boughton Ferry, N.B. b. 1861. Ch. Ch. Oxford.

Maclagan, Walter Douglas Dalrymple, 1876. Son of the Bishop of Lichfield.

Maclaran, George Gordon, 1864, b. 1851. Coffee Planter, Ceylon.

Macnaghten (Sir) Edmund Charles Workman (Bart.), 1800-6. Son of Sir Francis Macnaghten, Bart. b. 1790. Trin. Coll. Dublin. Master in Equity to the Supreme Court of Calcutta. M.P. for the County of Antrim 1847-52; d. 1875.

Macnaghten,* Elliot Henry, 1850-55. Son of the late Francis Macnaghten. b. 1839. Capt. Bengal Cavalry. Killed in Action 1878.

Macnaghten (Sir) William Hay (Bart.), 1803-6. Brother of Sir Edmund Macnaghten (above), b. 1793. Bengal Civil Service. Created a Baronet 1839. Assassinated at Cabul 1841.

Maconochie, Alan, 1878. Son of Alexander Maconochie, of 24, Lingfield Road, Wimbledon, b. 1864.

Macpherson, William Charters, 1876. Son of William Macpherson, 120, Westbourne Terrace.

Macpherson, William Hugh, 1877. Son of A. G. Macpherson, 51, Gloucester Place, W.

Mactaggart, William Charles, 1875. Son of William Mactaggart, of Eskbank, Eltham, Kent. b. 1861. Trin. Coll. Cam.

McClintock, George Frederick, 1821, b. 1808.

McConaghey, Allen, 1877. Son of Matthew Allen McConaghey, of the Indian Civil Service, b. 1864.

McConnel, Henry Morewood, 1876. Son of Frederick McConnel, Clenchead, Annan, N.B. 59, Upper Brook Street, Manchester.

McConnel, James Irving, 1876. Brother of the above. b. 1863.

McCullum,      ,1834-35. 7th Madras N.I.

McGee, Henry William, 1875.

McGildowny, Robert, 1878. Son of J. M. G. McGildowny, Abbeylands, Whiteabbey, Belfast, b. 1864.

McKraith, Hugh James, 1803-7.

McNeill,* Duncan, 1877. Son of Malcolm McNeill, of North Manor Place, Edinburgh. b. 1864.

McNeill, Duncan Alexander, 1875. Son of Capt. McNeill, of Ardeen House, Shillalagh, Co. Wicklow.

McNish, David, 1825, b. 1812.

McPherson, William, 1824, b. 1812. Trin. Coll. Cam. Barrister.

McTavish, William, 1809. Left the same year.

Madan, George, 1818. Son of Rev. Spencer Madan, D.D., Canon of Lichfield. b. 1807. Ch. Ch. Oxf. 1st Class Math. Rector of Dursley, Gloucestershire, and Hon. Canon of Bristol.

Madden,* Frederic William, 1851-56. Son of Sir Fredk. Madden, F.R.S. b. 1839. British Museum. Author of several works on Coins. Secretary to Brighton College.

Madden, George Ernest Phillipps, 1856. Brother of the above, b. 1841. 61st Regt. Deputy Assist. Commissary Genl. d. 1865.

Maddock, Henry, 1821, b. 1808.

Maddock, John, 1821, b. 1810.

Magniac, Claude Hollingworth, 1877. Son of Charles Magniac, of Colworth, Bedford, b. 1863.

Maingay, Bonamy Cecil, 1878. Son of William Bonamy Maingay, 9, Southwick Crescent, London, b. 1864.

Maingay, Courtney Cyril, 1873. Brother of the above, b. 1859.

Mainwaring,      , 1805-6.

Mainwaring, Edward Frank Charles, 1827. Son of Capt. Charles Mainwaring, R.N. b. 1813.

Mainwaring, Stapleton Thomas (Bart.), 1851-53. Son of Sir Harry Mainwaring, Bart. b. 1837. Lieut. Coldstream Guards; d. 1878.

Maitland, Frederick Coulthurst, 1821, b. 1808. Army.

Maitland, Frederick Thomas, 1817. Son of Genl. Fredk. Maitland. b. 1807. Colonel, retired.

Maitland, Lauderdale, 1825. Eldest son of late John Busby Maitland, M.P. b. 1809. Of Eccles, Co. Dumfries.

Majendie, Severne Andrew Ashhurst, 1856-59. Son of Rev. Henry Lewis Majendie, Vicar of Great Dunmow. b. 1843. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Chaplain to the Duke of Buccleuch.

Malcolmson, James Grant, 1875. Son of Capt. John Grant Malcolmson, V.C. b. 1862.

Malcolmson, Kinloch Gordon, 1877. Brother of the above. b. 1863. 17, Kensington Gardens Square.

Malden,* Henry Melville Scott, 1875. Son of Henry Charles Maiden, of Windlesham House, Brighton, b. 1862. Exhibitioner to Cambridge.

Malet, George Grenville, 1819. Son of Sir Charles Warre Malet, Bart. b. 1805. Lieut.-Col. 3rd Bombay Light Cavalry. Killed in action at Bushire 1856.

Malkin,* Herbert Charles, 1848-55. Son of Sir Benjamin Heath Malkin, Knt. b. 1836. Scholar of Trin. Coll. Cam. Assistant Master in the School 1862 and 63. Clerk of Public Bills, House of Lords,

Maltby, Henry, 1820, b. 1807. Solicitor.

Maltby, John, 1827, b. 1813.

Mammatt,* Arthur Simmonds, 1862-67. Son of Edward Mammatt, of Ashby de la Zouche. b. 1848. Ball. Coll. Oxf. Domestic Chaplain to the Earl of Loudoun.

Mammatt, Edward Frederic, 1858-60. Brother of the above. b. 1843. Solicitor at Ashby de la Zouche.

Man, Frederick Henry Dumas. 1875. Son of F. Man, of Beckenham.

Man, Henry, 1825, b. 1815.

Manderson,     , 1834-35. Born in India.

Mangin, Henry Mark, 1824, b. 1809. Of the Castle, Dublin; deceased.

Mangin, John Cailland, 1824, b. 1811.

Mann, John Howard, 1851-55, b. 1841. Killed by a fall while walking in his sleep, 6 Feb. 1868.

Mann, Joseph F., 1861, b. 1849.

Mansel, Francis Montague, 1874.

Mansel, William Lort, 1802-3. Son of the Bishop of Bristol. Imprisoned with Capt. Wright by Napoleon; died at sea.

Mant, Frederick Woods, 1818. Son of the Bishop of Down and Connor, b. 1809. Royal Navy.

Mant, Walter Bishop, 1818. Brother of the above, b. 1807. Oriel Coll. Oxf. 3rd Class Lit. Hum. Archdeacon of Down.

Mantell, Hugh Fraser, 1878. Son of Edward Walter Mantell, Architect, of Golden Manor, Hanwell.

Manton, John Augustus, 1824, b. 1809.

Maples, Charles, 1864-67. Son of Frederick Maples, b. 1849. Cotton Broker at Liverpool. Drowned off the Welsh Coast 1878.

Maples, Chauncy, 1865-69. Brother of the above, b. 1852. Univ. Coll. Oxf. Missionary at Zanzibar.

Maples, William, 1858-61. Brother of the above, b. 1844. Solicitor in London.

March, Charles, 1817, b. 1806.

March, John Cumming Lade, 1864, b. 1848.

March, William, 1817, b. 1804.

Marjoribanks, Coutts, 1822. Son of Edward Majoribanks, of Greenlands. b. 1810. St. John's Coll. Cam.; d. 1829.

Marjoribanks, Edward, 1827. Brother of the above, b. 1814. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Banker. Partner in Messrs. Coutts & Co. The Hall, Bushey, Watford.

Markby, Thomas, 1873. Son of Henry Markby, 155, Westbourne Terrace, W. b. 1860. Articled to a Solicitor.

Marriott, Fitzherbert Adams, 1824. Son of George Wharton Marriott, Chairman of the Middlesex Sessions, b. 1811. Oriel Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Chaddesley-Corbett, Kidderminster. Formerly Archdeacon of Hobart Town.

Marriott, George Robert, 1821. Brother of the above. b. 1809. Oriel Coll. Oxf. 2nd Class Lit. Hum. Barrister; deceased.

Marryat, Albert Palliser, 1852-54, b. 1837. Army.

Marshall, Arthur, 1875. Son of Robert Marshall, 35, Connaught Square, b. 1863.

Marshall, Edward James, 1874. Son of James Charles Marshall, 29, Pembridge Gardens, b. 1860. Tea Broker.

Marshall, Francis Eden, 1876. Son of Rev. Jenner Marshall, of Westcott Barton Manor, Oxon. b. 1863.

Marshall, George, 1826-36. Son of James Marshall, of London, b. 1817. Gold Medal. Student, Tutor and Censor of Ch. Ch. Oxf. Craven Scholar, &c. 2nd Class Lit. Hum. Rector of Milton, Berks.

Marshall, Henry, 1873. Brother of Arthur Marshall (above). b. 1859. Lawyer.

Marshall, Henry Johnson, 1830, b. 1817. Pemb. Coll. Oxf. A Priest of the Roman Catholic Church; d. 1877.

Marshall, James, 1829-38, b. 1820. Gold Medal. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Rector of Pyrton, Oxon. Formerly Assist. Master in Westminster School.

Marshall, Jenner Guest, 1875. Brother of F. E. Marshall (above). Student of Civil Engineering.

Marshall, Thomas William, 1827, b. 1815.

Marshall, Walter Douglas, 1875.

Marsland, John, 1849-52. Son of John Marsland, of Henbury Hall, Chester, b. 1835. Capt. 1st Warwickshire Militia, Leamington.

Marsland, William Edward, 1849-55. Brother of the above. b. 1838. Lt.-Col. 5th Dragoon Guards.

Marten, Hubert Binden, 1878. Son of Edward b. Marten, of Pedmore, Stourbridge. b. 1865.

Marten, Thomas Powney, 1820. Son of George Sulivan Marten, of Marshalls Wick, Herts, b. 1807. Bengal Civil Service. J.P. for Herts.

Martin, Francis Offley, 1818. Son of Henry Martin, M.P., of Colton Basset, Notts, b. 1805. Caius Coll. Cam. Barrister. Charity Commissioner. Formerly an Assistant Tithe Commissioner.

Martin, James, 1820. Son of John Martin, M.P., of Overbury Court, Worcester, b. 1807.

Martin, Robert, 1819. Brother of the above, b. 1808. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Banker in London. J.P. for Worcester.

Marwood, Arthur Octavius, 1864. Son of Thomas Marwood, of Whitby. b. 1848. Merchant of Whitby, Yorks.

Masfen,* Edward Bellasis, 1844-51, b. 1834; died 1863.

Mason, Francis John Mills, 1831-36. Son of Adml. Sir Francis Mason, K.C.B. b. 1821. Major in the Indian Army. Retired. Willoughby House, Rugby.

Mason, James Oliver, 1825, b. 1815.

Mason, James Wood, 1857-64, b. 1845.

Massey,* Robert John, 1820. Of an Essex family, b. 1806. Drowned in Spain.

Master, Gilbert Nathaniel, 1875. Son of Charles Hoskins Master, of Barrow Green House, Surrey, b. 1860.

Master, Robert Streynsham, 1874. Of Croston Rectory, Preston.

Masterman, Charles Edward, 1872. Son of Henry Masterman, of The Mall, Wanstead, Essex.

Masters, George, 1831, b. 1819. Worc. Coll. Oxf. Holy Orders.

Masters, James Herbert, 1878. Son of Rev. James Hoare Masters, Vicar of Lower Beeding, Sussex, b. 1863.

Matcham, George Henry Eyre, 1876. Son of William Eyre Matcham, of Newhouse, near Salisbury, b. 1862.

Mather, J. C. V. 1876. Left same year.

Mathias,* Duncan L'Estrange, 1871. Son of the late Rev. G. H. Duncan Mathias, Vicar of East Molesey. b. 1860. Clerk in Coutts' Bank.

Mathias, John Daniel, 1824, b. 1811. Ball. Coll. Oxf. Curate of Norton Malreward, Somerset; died at Charterhouse 1866.

Mathison, Archibald Stirling, 1825. Son of Gilbert Mathison, of Jamaica, b. 1812. Indian Civil Service. J.P. for Surrey. Lockner Hill, Chilworth.

Mathison, Walter George, 1819. Brother of the above. b. 1804. East India Civil Service, Ceylon; died at Trincomalee 1832.

Matthews, Henry Lumley, 1864, b. 1852. St. John's Coll. Cam.

Matthews, Robert Sutton, 1825, b. 1811; deceased.

Matthews, William Macdonald, 1865, b. 1851.

Matthews,      ,1802. Left the same year.

Matthey, Cyril George Rigby, 1877. Son of Edward Matthey, Warwick Crescent, London, b. 1864.

Maud, Charles Theobald, 1809-13. Son of John Primatt Maud, of Hillingdon, Middlesex, b. 1797. Ball. Coll. Oxf.; died at Bath 1878.

Maud, Sidney Ashmore Stuart, 1874. Son of Rev. Henry Landon Maud, Vicar of Assington, Suffolk, b. 1861. Finished his education at the Institute of Commerce at Antwerp.

Maude, Ernest Henry, 1877. Son of Charles Henry Maude, 19, St. George's Square, S.W. b. 1863.

Maude, Cyril Francis, 1876. Brother of the above.

Maude, Frederick, 1819, b. 1806.

Maude, Joseph, 1817, b. 1805. Fellow of Queens Coll. Oxf. 1st Class Math. Hon. Canon of St. Asaph, &c. Vicar of Chirk, Denbighshire; deceased.

Maule, Fox (Earl of Dalhousie), 1809. Son of the first Lord Panmure. b. 1801. Capt. 79th Regiment. M.P. for Perthshire. Secretary of State for War 1855-8. Governor of Charterhouse, &c.; d. 1874.

Maury, Rutson, 1817, b. 1805.

Mawhood, Charles, 1813. Left the same year, b. 1801.

Maxwell, George, 1802-4.

May, Augustus Wakeford, 1856-58, b. 1842.

May, Bowen Alexander, 1856-64, b. 1846. Worc. Coll. Oxf.

May,* William, 1876. Son of George May, Junior F.R.C.S., of Reading, b. 1863.

Mayhew, Edward Jeremiah, 1852-54, b. 1838. Solicitor.

Mayne, Frederick Randal, 1873.

Mayow,* Augustus Edward Stanley Wynell, 1870. Son of Rev. M. W. Mayow, Rector of Southam, Warwick. b. 1859. King's Coll. London. The Oratory, Birmingham.

Mazzinghi, Thomas John, 1826, b. 1811. Trin. Coll. Cam. Barrister.

Meade, William, 1835-39, b. 1821. Ball. Coll. Oxf. Assist. Master in the School. Rector of Binegar, Somerset.

Meddowcroft, Edmund, 1809-13, b. 1799. Barrister.

Meddowcroft, William, 1809-10, b. 1796.

Medhurst, Francis William Hastings, 1856-57. Son of Francis Hastings Medhurst. b. 1844. Lieut. R.A. Of Kippax Hall, Yorks.

Medlicott, Samuel, 1874. Son of J. G. Medlicott, late Inspector of Schools in India, b. 1860.

Mee, Charles John Cowper, 1875. Son of John Cowper Mee, of East Retford. b. 1861. Army Student.

Meeke, William, 1819, b. 1806.

Mendham, Frederick, 1812-16, b. 1804.

Mendham, George, 1811-13, b. 1801.

Mendham, Henry, 1811-12, b. 1799.

Mercer, George Elphinstone, 1878. Son of Major-General Thomas Warren Mercer, of Clayton, Sussex.

Merewether, Edward Christopher, 1830,b. 1820. Univ. Coll. Oxf.

Merewether, Herbert Walton, 1825, b. 1816. Solicitor.

Merewether, John Robert, 1827, b. 1817. Royal Navy. Drowned at the Cape in saving persons shipwrecked 1841.

Merriman, Henry Gunthorpe, 1872. Son of John J. Merriman, Surgeon, of London, b. 1858; deceased.

Merriman, John William Conyers, 1868-71. Brother of the above, b. 1854. Surgeon, 42, Kensington Square.

Merriman,* Septimus, 1849-54. Brother of the above. b. 1836. Lloyd's Office. Manager of the Marine Insurance Company.

Meryweather, William Stephens Turner Mellish, 1823, b. 1809. Trin. Coll. Cam. Barrister. Took the name of Turner in addition to that of Meryweather; d. 1841.

Messent, Philip Glynn, 1876. Son of Philip John Messent, Civil Engineer, of Tynemouth. b. 1862.

Messiter, Henry, 1815, b. 1803. Capt. in the Army. Died in Bombay 1844.

Methold, Henry, 1818. Son of Rev. Thomas Methold, Rector of Stonham-Aspal. b. 1803. Solicitor. One of the Masters of The Court of Common Pleas; died 1869.

Methold,* John, 1806-12, b. 1794. Army.

Meyer, John, 1810-13, b. 1798. Merchant.

Middleton, Boswell, 1820. Son of Empson Middleton, of Waltham Abbey, Essex, b. 1805. Attorney-General of Jamaica; d. 1854.

Middleton, James, 1819. Brother of the above, b. 1804. Solicitor ; d. 1854.

Middleton, Joseph Empson, 1820. Brother of the above. b. 1806. Trin. Coll. Cam. Vicar of Belton, Loughborough.

Middleton, Joseph Pedder, 1863. Son of the above. b. 1849. Buenos Ayres.

Middleton, Reginald Empson, 1858-61. Brother of the above, b. 1844. Civil and Mechanical Engineer.

Mildmay, Walter Hervey, 1873. Son of Rev. Charles Arundell Mildmay, Rector of Alvechurch, Worcester. b. 1860.

Miles, Falconer Robert James, 1823, b. 1812.

Miles, Herbert Charles, 1842-48. Son of John Miles, Medical Officer at Charterhouse, b. 1833. Surgeon in the Army; deceased.

Miles, John, 1842-44. Son of General William Miles, of Cheshunt, Herts, b. 1829. Lieut.-Colonel Bombay Staff Corps. Served in the Indian Mutiny, &c. Medal and Clasp.

Miles, Joseph, 1842-44. Brother of the above, b. 1830. Bombay Staff Corps. Major-Genl. Retired. Served in Persia. Medal and Clasp.

Miles, William, 1837-41. Brother of the above, b. 1825. 19th Bombay Native Infantry; deceased.

Miles, William Augustus, 1806. Left the same year. b. 1796.

Millard,* Jeffery Watson, 1841-49, b. 1830. Worc. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Shimpling, Norfolk.

Miller, Charles Davidson, 1875. Son of Gerald F. Miller. Of Cheam, Surrey.

Miller, Gerard Champion, 1873. Brother of the above. b. 1859.

Miller, Leslie Creery, 1876. Son of Alexander Edward Miller, Q.C., of Stanmore, Middlesex, b. 1862.

Milligan, Duncan, 1805-10. Son of R. Milligan, of Rosslyn House, Hampstead, and the W. India Docks, deceased.

Milligan, Henry Duncan, 1804-8. Brother of the above, deceased.

Milligan,* William Henry, 1844-52. Son of Capt. W. Milligan, 2nd Life Guards, b. 1833. Univ. Coll. Oxf. Ecclesiastical Commission.

Milliken, Ernest, 1878. Son of Ernest Milliken, of Putney. b. 1862.

Mills, Charles Augustus, 1865-67, b. 1850.

Mills, John, 1816. Left the same year. b. 1805.

Mills, Richard, 1839-44. Son of Richard Mills, of Eltham, Taxing Master in Chancery, b. 1826. B.N.C. Oxf. Solicitor.

Mills, Thomas Wilgress, 1843-50. Brother of the above. b. 1831. B.N.C. Oxf. War Office.

Millward, Francis Broadbelt, 1809-12, b. 1794. Emm. Coll. Cam.

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Milne, Edgar Astley, 1877. Son of Alfred Milne, of Chiddingfold, Surrey, b. 1863.

Milner, George Ernest John, 1877. Son of Rev. John Milner, Beechhurst, Sussex, b. 1863.

Milner, William Arthur, 1878. Brother of the above. b. 1864.

Milnes, Thomas Hercules, 1820, b. 1806.

Minot, William Griffith, 1822, b. 1808.

Minter,* John Surtees, 1868-72. Son of Dr. John Minter, of Plympton, Devon. Inspector-General of Hospitals. b. 1856. Royal Artillery.

Mitchell,* Herbert Edward, 1876. Son of William Charles Mitchell, 2, Sumner Place, So. Kensington. b. 1861. Civil Service.

Mitchell, John, 1823, b. 1810.

Mitchell, Muirhead, 1823, b. 1810. Univ. Coll. Oxf. One of H.M. Inspectors of Schools; d. 1877.

Mogg, John George, 1826. Son of George Mogg, of Farrington-Gourney. b. 1813. Oriel Coll. Oxford.

Mogg, Charles Baker Coxeter Rees, 1868. Son of William Rees Mogg (below). b. 1857.

Mogg, Henry James Rees, 1865. Brother of the above. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Curate of Litton, Somersetshire.

Mogg, John Rees, 1821. Son of Rev. John Rees Mogg. b. 1806. Solicitor.

Mogg, Leyson Rees, 1868. Son of the following. b. 1855.

Mogg, William Rees, 1829. Brother of John Rees Mogg (above). b. 1815. Of Cholwell House, Somerset.

Mogg, William Wooldridge Rees, 1863. Son of the above. b. 1848.

Molesworth-St. Aubyn, Hugh, 1878. (See St. Aubyn).

Molyneux, Hon. Francis George, 1816-17. Son of the 2nd Earl of Sefton. b. 1805. Went to Eton. Trin. Coll. Cam. Secy. of Legation to the Germanic Confederation. J.P. for Kent and Sussex. Earl's Court, Tunbridge Wells.

Monckton, Hon. Augustus William, 1820. Son of the 5th Viscount Galway. b. 1808. Commander R.N. Lost in H.M.S. Calypso 1833.

Monckton, Charles Falkland, 1877.

Monckton, Hon. Edmund Gambier, 1820. Brother of the Hon. A. W. Monckton (above), b. 1809. Capt. Rifle Brigade, and Col. West York Militia. Hodroyd Hall, Wakefield; d. 1872.

Monckton, John Lionel Alexander, 1876.

Monckton, Stephen Lancelot, 1875. Son of Stephen Monckton, M.D., of Maidstone.

Money, David Inglis, 1821. Son of the late Sir William Taylor Money, M.P. b. 1808. Trin. Coll. Cam. Bengal Civil Service. Judge of the Supreme Court, Calcutta. Retired 1860. Stodham Park, Petersfield.

Monins, Eaton, 1804-8. Son of John Monins, of Canterbury. b. 1796. 52nd Regt. Waterloo Medal. Major-Genl.; d. 1861.

Monins, Henry, 1814-16. Brother of the above, b. 1801; died 1818.

Monins, John, 1800-3. Brother of the above. St. John's Coll. Cam. Rector of Ringwould, Kent; died 1853.

Monins, Richard, 1800-1. Brother of the above. Royal Navy. Afterwards served in 52nd Regt. in the Peninsula; also of the Middle Temple; died 1848.

Monins, Richard Eaton, 1823. Son of Rev. John Monins (above), b. 1813. St. John's Coll. Cam. Rector of Glemham, Suffolk; d. 1852.

Monins, William, 1801-7. Brother of Richard Monins (above). Entered the 52nd Regt. as a Volunteer. Served at Waterloo with the 17th Lancers; deceased.

Montgomery,* Alfred, 1824. Son of the late Sir H. Conyngham Montgomery, Bart. b. 1814. Dep. Chairman Inland Revenue Office.

Montgomery, Hugh, 1819. Brother of the above, b. 1809. Major Madras Army; d. 1852.

Montgomery, Richard Thomas, 1826. Son of Rev. Alexr. J. Montgomery, of Beaulieu. b. 1813. Trin. Coll. Dub. 3rd Light Dragoons. Was High Sheriff for Louth 1855.

Moody, George, 1820, b. 1808. St. John's Coll. Cam. Rector of Gilston, Herts.

Moore, Edmund Fitz, 1813. Son of Richard Moore, of Hampton Court Palace, b. 1801. Caius Coll. Cam. Barrister. Q.C. Bencher of the Inner Temple. Author of several legal works; deceased.

Moore, Henry, 1817, b. 1805.

Moore,* John Russell, 1834-38. Son of Thos. Moore, the Poet. b. 1823. Indian Army ; d. 1842.

Moore, Lewis, 1817. Left the same year. b. 1804.

Moore,* Thomas Lansdown Parr, 1829-36. Brother of J. R. Moore (above), b. 1818. In the French Service in Algeria; d. 1846.

Moore, William Richard, 1845-46, b. 1832. Indian Civil Service, Bengal. Killed in India during the Mutiny.

Morgan, Arthur Middlemore, 1844-50. Son of Francis Morgan, of the E. I. Civil Service, and Catherington House, Hants, b. 1831. Ex. Coll. Oxf. 3rd Class Law, &c. Rector of Huish, N. Devon. Author of three Volumes of English Poems.

Morgan, Charles Jeffrey, 1869-72, b. 1856. Went to Univ. Coll. School.

Morgan, Charles Lewis, 1875. Son of Col. Morgan.

Morgan, Henry, 1873.

Morgan,* John Woodroffe, 1804-11, b. 1793. Univ. Coll. Oxf. M.A. 1817. Holy Orders.

Morgan, Seymour Horace, 1845-50. Brother of Arthur M. Morgan (above), b. 1833. Hants Militia. Emigrated to Canada.

Morgan, Thomas John, 1823, b. 1807.

Morgan, William Howard, 1876. Son of William Pitt Morgan, of St. Aubyn's, Cliftonville, Brighton, b. 1862.

Morland, Henry Servante, 1878.

Morland, Thomas Lethbridge Napier, 1878, b. 1865.

Morley, Joseph, 1823, b. 1817.

Morrell, Robert Price, 1819. Son of Baker Morrell, of Oxford, b. 1805. Demy of Magd. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Woodham Mortimer, Essex; d, 1872.

Morris, Edmund, 1807-11, b. 1795. Trin. Coll. Cam.

Morris, Edward Ashurst, 1876.

Morris, Frederick John, 1824, b. 1810. E. I. Civil Service.

Morris, Robert, 1821. Son of Robert Morris, of Brunswick Square, London, b. 1807. Ch. Ch. Oxf. 1st Class Math. Rector of Friern-Barnet, Middlesex.

Morris, William Cholmeley, 1808-11, b. 1793. Queens Coll. Oxford.

Morrison, Frank Cecil, 1874. Son of G. Carter Morrison, of Reigate.

Morrison, Walter Granville, 1874. Brother of the above.

Morse, Charles, 1819, b. 1805.

Morse, Francis, 1819, b. 1804. Rector of Baxterley.

Morse, Gilbert, 1878.

Morse, Thomas Robert, 1824. Son of Capt. Thomas Aubrey Morse, of Glanogwr. b. 1808. Lieut.-Col. Indian Army; retired 1856.

Mortimer, Charles Smith, 1823. Son of the late Charles Mortimer, Treasurer to the Hon. East India Company, of Streatham. b. 1808. Of Wigmore, Surrey.

Mortimer, Edward, 1806-8. Son of Charles Smith Mortimer, of Eastbourne, b. 1792; d. 1863.

Mortimer, Henry, 1823. Brother of C. S. Mortimer (above). b. 1809; died 1879.

Mortimer, William, 1823. Son of John Mortimer, of Eastbourne, b. 1809. Of the Valley, Bromley, Kent. Has been Master of the Old Surrey Foxhounds since 1842.

Mortlock, John Frederick, 1820, b. 1809.

Mortlock, Henry, 1802-7, b. 1789.

Mozley, Thomas, 1820, b. 1806. Fellow of Oriel Coll. Oxf. Rector of Plymtree, Devon.

Mudge, Zachary, 1827. Son of Admiral Zachary Mudge. b. 1813. Oriel Coll. Oxf. Barrister. Of Sydney Plympton, Devon; d. 1867.

Munro, Henry Acland, 1878. Son of Alexander Munro. b. 1865.

Munro,* John Arthur Ruskin, 1876. Brother of the above. b. 1864.

Murdoch (Sir) Thomas William Clinton (K.C.M.G.), 1819. Son of Thomas Murdoch, F.R.S. b. 1809. Colonial Office. Chief Secy, in Canada, &c. Knighted 1870.

Murray, Hon. Allan David, 1877. Son of the Viscount Stormont. b. 1864.

Murray, Anthony George, 1846-48. Son of Anthony Murray, of Dollerie, Perthshire, b. 1830. Edinburgh University. Civil Engineer. Served as a Volunteer during the Indian Mutiny.

Murray, Hamilton George Dunmore, 1854-58. Son of late Lt.-Col. Samuel Hood Murray, b. 1841.

Murray, John, 1819. Son of the late John Murray, of Albemarle Street, b. 1808. Edinburgh University. Publisher.

Murray,* Leveson Granville, 1854-59. Brother of Hamilton G. D. Murray (above), b. 1843.

Murray,* William Keith, 1850. Left the same year. b. 1837.

Myers, Jaques, 1825, b. 1812. Merchant in Liverpool; d. 1868.

Myers, Jerusalem Gedaliah, 1856-60, b. 1848.

Myers, John, 1821, b. 1807.

Myers, John Simpson, 1811. Left the same year. b. 1794. St. John's Coll. Cam. Holy Orders.

Myers, William, 1823, b. 1810.

Myers, William Thomas, 1811. Left the same year. b. 1794. Jesus Coll. Cam. Holy Orders; d. 1841.

Mytton, John, 1823. (See Thornycroft).